- 330 Register – Good layout, hope it continues to grow
- 330GT 2+2 Registry – Kerry Chesbro’s extensive 330 2+2 Registry.
- The Autoblond– Suzy Hinker’s blog about all things automotive
- Barchetta, The Classic and Sports Car Channel – Huge site, lots of information, good pictures, a little impersonal
- CMA Models – Incredible scale models made by Marshall Buck.
- Daytona Registry – Paul has created a great site for Daytona Owners.
- Dinoplex – Interesting website covering some of the Dinoplex igniton systems
- Ferrari 250GTE Website – Tom Wilson created a website with an extensive library of publications about the 250GTE.
- Ferrari 365GTC/4 Registry – Good information on 365GTC/4s
- Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer Rescource – Useful information on Boxers
- Ferrari Chat – Large Ferrari Forum, but more on the newer cars. Some very knowledgeable members.
- Ferrari Forum – All topics Ferrari, but also deals more with the newer models. Has a nice search engine feature that searches all Ferrari sites for information, and a Ferrari Registry.
- Jonathon Brent’s 330Gt 2+2 Restoration Site – A fellow Ferrari owner restoring a car on their own with some more useful information!
- Simon Campbell’s 400 2+2 Registry Site – Good pictures of the his restoration of his 400 2+2 and information on these cars.
- Kerry Chesbro’s 330GT 2+2 restoration site – It’s nice to see another old ferrari going through the restoration process.
- ClassicsCars – Another partial resource for Ferrari Serial numbers
- Dutch Ferrari Site – A whole bunch of Ferrari information
- Ferrari Club of America Northwest Region – Good Rolodex section for Ferrari Sources
- Ian Levy’s 365GTC/4 Site – Ian’s restoration of a classic 1970’s 365 GTC4
- The Panel Shop Website – All types of sheetmetal, and aluminum repairs from full bodies to small patches.
- Scandinavian Vintage Ferraris – Pretty dedicated resource
- Sempre Ferrari – Nice site. Lot’s of stuff to read on old Ferrari maintenance.
- TM Technologies – Kent White is a craftsman sharing his knowledge in metal forming on this informative website. He also has a line of tools, and videotapes for sale that are worth a look. Tell him I sent you!
Automotive Related Art
• L’art L’automobile – East Hampton NY Art Dealer that has all sorts of neat automobile related objects of art. Somehow, they had the original bill of sale to my car!
Badges and Emblems
• Black Barts – Emblem and badges for your Ferrari. Knows their business!
• *Batteries Plus / Jerry Sample – email@example.com
850 W Valley Ridge Blvd. #112
Lewisville, TX 75077 Supplies “tar top” AGM and lead acid battery that looks like the original Marelli battery. Tell him you heard about him here, and he’ll give you a discount.
• Stebro Stainless Steel Exhaust – Located in Ontario Canada. Not a straight “bolt on” exhaust. 304 stainless mufflers, and 409 pipes. Cheaper than the competition (see Timevalve), but can be lost in the price of labor to fit to your car.
• Timevalve – 304 Stainless Steel mufflers and pipes. Also has mild steel reproduction of the Abarth systems.
• Classic wiring – Has remanufactured wiring harnesses for Vintage Ferraris.
• Ferrari Seatbelts –http://www.andoauto.com – Has a selection of “period look” belts for our cars, but make sure you know what you want, because their sales staff don’t seem to know their product line.
• Ferrparts – Another source for Ferrari parts.
• GG Mechanica – The “BETA 55” tools are available from Brian Gale at http://www.ggmechanica.com. They’re a little cheaper at about $40 bucks a set. They won’t win a Concours because they are looking for the older “Beta-Auto 55”, but they may pass at a smaller show!
• GT Carparts – Has a supply of common Ferrari “wear items” like brake parts, clutches, etc.
516 W. Lone Cactus Dr.
Phoenix, AZ. 85027
623 780 2200
623 780 1200 Fax
Has a supply of common Ferrari “wear items” like brake parts, clutches, etc.
• Italian Car Parts – Parts for Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Fiat, Lamborghini or Maserati
• Italparts – Ferrari parts based in the Netherlands
• Kilimanjaro Designs, Ltd – Has many of the hard-too-find stickers and small parts needed to finish a Ferrari restoration, and a good looking catalog!
• Newco Products – More Ferrari parts and hardware kits.
• Partsource – Geoffrey Ohland has a vast supply of Ferrari Parts, and is very helpful in getting you the right parts.
• Ricambi America – (336) 499-2500 Supplies Ferrari parts to newer cars, but stocks some parts for older cars.
• Roelofs Parts – Dutch company remanufaturing some Vintage Ferrari parts
• T Rutlands – I haven’t ordered from them yet, but they seem to have an extensive collection of vintage Ferrari stuff.
• Tom Vail’s All Ferrari Parts – New and used Ferrari Parts for all Ferrari models from the 1950s through current models
• Hye-Dra-Cyl Brakes – Has new stainless steel brake pistons that replace the Dunlop units.
• Pierce Manifolds – All sorts of Weber carburetor parts, repairs, and rebuilding.
Exhaust Ceramic Coatings
• Jet Hot – Ceramic coatings for exhaust headers. Had my headers coated, and they look great. Time will tell how long they will last.
5602 Orchard Road
Pascagoula, MS 3958
610-277-5646 Tech line
800-432-3379 Order line
Fuel Sender Rebuilding
• John Wolf Company – Restores Fuel Level Sender Units for Ferraris. Had a Veglia Fuel sender fixed. They braze on stainless steel float arms, and replace the old cork float with a modern float material that’s supposed to be more impervious to fuel saturation. Restores Fuel Level Sender Units for Ferraris
36420 Biltmore Place
Willoughby, OH 44094
Headlight Repair and Sales
• Vintage Headlamp Restoration (VHR) – U.K Company that can supply parts to repair Marchal headlights or fog lights. Also has complete systems for sale.
• Koni North America – If your shocks are rebuildable, it’s probably a better choice to send them to Koni and have them rebuild them. They have all the parts for this service (except for certain self leveling shocks-see Jeff LeBlond), and can have your shocks back to you in a few weeks. Mine came back in five weeks. (Does not rebuild Koni Self levelers. See Jeff LeBlond)
Lucas Wiper Motor Rebuild
• Joe Curto Inc. – Although specializing in English Carburators, Joe can rebuild the Lucas Wiper Motor found in many Vintage Ferraris.
• Quantum Mechanics – John Esposito I very knowledgeable on the topic of the Laycock de Normanville overdrive unit fitted to GTEs, PF coupes, and 330 Americas, and Series I 330GT 2+2s.
• The Panel Shop – Mark and Steve have over 50 years of experience panel beating. They do a lot of our Ferrari work for us, and work on all sorts of cars.
• Portchester Radiator – I spend more money with these guys than I’d like to admit! They have tons of restoration supplies for your car, even stuff you never new you would need! Call for a catalog, and they’ll send you a never ending supply.
General Restoration Supply and Parts
• Eastwood – I spend more money with these guys than I’d like to admit! They have tons of restoration supplies for your car, even stuff you never new you would need! Call for a catalog, and they’ll send you a never ending supply.
• Summit Racing – They supplied suspension bushings, and an electric fan for the Ferrari.
• Suspension Restoration Parts Parts Supply – Another Supplier of Polyurethane Suspension Bushings
• Bill Hirsch Auto – One of the few importers of Connolly Leather and Wilton Wool carpets.
396 Littleton Ave.
Newark, NJ 07103
Radio Repair and Sales
• Vintage Radio Shop – Willy restored my Blaupunkt Radio to beautiful working condition, and he has many others in stock ready to install in your old Ferrari or Porsche. I’ve also gotten a lot of good response from others who have used his services. I highly recommend him!
European Auto Radio Specialist
Wilford Wilkes, Sr.
101 Swoope St. Box 103
Brisbin, PA 16620
(814) 378-6149 Fax
• Old Auto Radio – This business is located in Spain, and has a large selection of Blaupunkt Radios and other European models to choose from. He ships internationally for $35 USD, and uses Pay-Pal. Please let me know if you do any business with him, so I can give more information on his services.
• Metro Rubber Restoration Parts and Weatherstripping – They have the correct window felt material for most vintage Ferraris (WC-6), and even 250GTE door handle gaskets.
• Restoration Specialties Supply – A good supply of weather stripping that will work fine in a Ferrari without paying Ferrari prices! They also supply the window felt material and may be easier to order from than Metro Rubber.
• Restoration Supply Company – Supplies the hard to find stuff like washers, and snaps for interior finishing. Also has the Penrite 250 weight gear oil for Ferrari differentials!
Wheels and Tires
• Classic Tube – They have a great selection of steel, and stainless steel fuel/brake line in various lengths and diameters. I used 3/16th and 1/4 inch stainless steel lines for my fuel lines.
• Hendrix Wire Wheel – Although mainly dealing with British wheels, they are very knowledgeable about how to set up these wheels. They also have tube tape and grommets needed for the Borannis.
• Longstone Tyres – U.K. Supplier of Tires for Vintage cars. Ships worldwide, and has remanufactured Pirelli Cinturatos. Also U.K. Distributor of Borranis wheels
• Precision Wire Wheel – Has good reputation among Ferrari owners who’ve used him, and is very knowledgeable.
714 S. 57th St.
Quincy, IL 62305
• Wheel Tech Ltd. – Bob Gates has been rebuilding Boranis for years. Call him to check for prices.
4595 Garrison St.
Wheat Ridge, Colorado 80033